By getting rid of accessible and free testing, UMD is ignoring the current reality of COVID.
The university announced in January it would proceed with in-person instruction for the spring.
The university’s announcement of a full in-person return comes as the state of Maryland is currently in a state of emergency for 30 days.
Those with previous exemptions won't need to get the booster.
The emergency bill highlights the university's lack of preparation for the omicron variant and calls for increased COVID-19 support.
All three cases involve residents located in the Baltimore Metropolitan area.
The trend reflects an increase in COVID-19 cases nationally.